What time of the year you maybe asking? Four fixtures, one venue, five teams and only one winner – it’s the Quilter Internationals! The home of rugby is welcoming four teams from all over the world with England playing against South Africa, Japan, New Zealand and Australia.

Twickenham being the home of rugby is the venue for this fantastic line up of games, made even more memorable to fans in the stadium with the new East Stand open just in time! Fans can enjoy a huge range of fantastic rugby hospitality packages to enjoy these thrilling games from!

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As you can imagine, the Quilter Internationals is the biggest event on the rugby calendar for 2018 and one of the biggest things to look forward to is England facing the All Blacks for the first time in four years! This event is a sure fire way to bring rugby fans together to see some of the biggest names in rugby battle it out right here on home soil!

It doesn’t get much bigger or better than the Quilter Internationals and if you’re one of the lucky ones to get your hands on a ticket, you’re guaranteed a day to remember for a long time!

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Unfortunately I won’t be there this year, but thinking back to my first time (and admittedly only) at Twickenham massively makes me want to return! The atmosphere and spirit of the fans is something you can only get at the home of rugby! The community, huge amount of passion and great sense of pride amongst English rugby fans is something you really cannot beat.

One year I’ll return but this year I’ll be glued to the screen watching it in the comfort of my own home, wishing I was back at Twickenham cheering on our boys from the stands!

Bircan Tulga Photography 2016

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